The Theatre: New Plays: May 28, 1923

Dew Drop Inn. This is a dancing show—whenever the plot lags or the music becomes too plaintively reminiscent of every other musical comedy of the year, the cast livens things up by bursting into a spasm of dancing :—and someone is dancing nearly all the time. Which is as it should be, for all the dancing is good, and James Barton's eccentric shuffling and fandangoing are incomparable. There seems to be practically nothing this stringy personage cannot do with his feet and legs—they are flexible as spaghetti—you feel that he could tie them...

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